Christina Perri Granted Restraining Order Against Fan


According to a U.S. report, pop star Christina Perri has become fearful of one fan’s intentions and therefore has taken out a restraining order against him.

TMZ.coms’ editors suggest Perri has now been granted a restraining order against a man, Scott Brannan, after she claimed he had abused her online.

She has allegedly become worried about his intentions, and for worrying that he wanted to commit “unwanted sexual acts” against her. He also cited his comments on her official channel, such as,

“I just want to love you, that’s all, physically most of all”.


She also said Brannan has earlier contacted her friends and family in an extensive effort to meet her in person.
He has been ordered to stay at least 91.4 metres (300 feet) away from Perri until later this month when the hearing is scheduled.

Christina Judith Perri is an American singer-songwriter and musician from Philadelphia.

Her first single, which was an emotional ballad called “Jar of Hearts”, charted after it was featured on the Fox television show So You Think You Can Dance in 2010.

The single was sold in over 3 million copies in the United States and was a hit around the world.

In the UK, it peaked at number three on the charts and spent over 3 months in the UK Top 40. A few months later, Perri released her first extended play, The Ocean Way Sessions.

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